If you're growing old like myself, you might have become a fan of miniature car games with a drop-down view similar to the incredible Death Rally that appeared back in 1996 for MS-DOS and that was later adapted to Windows, iOS, and Android. Ever since then, we've also been able to enjoy other incredible titles of the likes of Reckless Racing or this Does not Commute.
Control the city's entire traffic and avoid all the accidents
In the first place, we have to point out that it's not the typical old car driving game but basically a puzzle that its developers have called strategic driving. And that's because we'll start off in a city, driving a car around the streets and we'll immediately be placed into a loop with the scene repeating itself.
On the first level, you'll drive a car with which you'll draw a path. When you advance, that same car will still appear following that same path, but you'll now be driving another vehicle. In other words, each car you've driven will still appear on the screen, so you'll have to foresee and anticipate the moves you've already made. Our mission is to plan the route of every single car as they appear on our screen and foresee anything that may happen.
An excellent title that combines puzzles and car games.
The game, apart from the challenge that it offers us, especially as we advance, also offers us some other interesting aspects such as an urban setting inspired by a city from the 70s' or the different characters that will appear driving their cars, all of which have their very own story.
Does not Commute can be downloaded for free but includes in-app purchases just in case you want to purchase the Pro, Premium or Full version.
On the other hand, there's no such thing as a version for PC, unless you download the APK and run it on an Android emulator of the likes of BlueStacks or Andy. You can download it from sites of the likes of Aptoide... All in all, bearing in mind our own user experience, it's really worth the while downloading it and paying the 3-4 euros that the full version costs. Just take a look at all the positive reviews if you don't believe us.